Ancient Yoga and Modern Science
Project of History of Indian Science, Philosophy, and Culture, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 103 pages
The present monograph is based on Professor Anantharaman's studies and researches for over two decades in the field of classical Yoga. It is the outcome of a sincere attempt by a scientist-technologist to understand and interpret ancient Yoga in today's idiom as well as in the light of recent findings of modern science in the realms of material transformations and human consciousness.
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The Foundations of Classical Yoga
The Three Sciences of Ancient India
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